• Local domestic violence deaths are on pace to double from 2021.

    It’s Time to Talk About Domestic Violence

    October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month.

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    Suicide Prevention Awareness Month

    We help survivors impacted by trauma and mental health challenges that can affect their will to live.

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  • Pride blog

    Taking Pride in Service

    We serve anyone and everyone affected by intimate partner or sexual abuse.

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  • Community Report - CWF

    Reducing risk through partnerships

    Increased access to services can help prevent HIV for women living through violence.

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  • Healthy Boundaries

    It is a crucial time to maintain our boundaries
    and strengthen our communication with
    family and friends.

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  • Woman Listening

    Apply Today

    Now accepting applicants for
    as needed Advocates. Flexible Shifts!

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We Are Open

The Center for Women and Families is available to talk with you 24/7, every day of the year.

Protective Orders

Navigating the courts can be challenging, but our advocates are here to help.

Take Charge, Not Risks

A partnership has improved links to care for people experiencing domestic violence and who are at risk of contracting HIV.

Guest writer and WAVE 3 anchor Dawne Gee shares her powerful story about fighting her way through an abusive marriage. It’s a must-read.

Read Dawne’s story.

Become an advocate.

Volunteering at The Center means being there for someone who needs you, empowering others to believe in themselves and making a difference one person at a time.


Our 24-Hour Lifeline

Crises don’t wait for a convenient time to happen, and that’s why The Center for Women and Families’ crisis phone line is available 24/7 to help people experiencing domestic, intimate partner or sexual violence become survivors. Learn more about what to expect if you take advantage of this free, potentially lifesaving resource.

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